Discussion by: ageoflife
In the discussion of the existence of God, it is easy to disprove God using logical arguments such as "Can God make a rock so large that he himself cannot lift it?" However, the debate reaches an impass when my peers suggest that God defies the logical capabilities of humans, and can exist in a capcity beyond our ability to understand. This is frustrating of course because there is a complete lack of convincing evidence to supprt such a theory, and while I'm not necessarily trying to convice my peers to become athiests it would be nice to see if anyone has any suitable response to such a postulation.
Furthermore, I'm sometimes hesistent to discuss God with believers because they rest so much of their emotional and mental support structure in the "comfort" of God, it seems almost mean to suggest otherwise. I'm wondering if there are any former belivers who consider themselves emotional rather than logical by nature, and how they handled giving up this "comfort" in God.